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Dec 5, 2013 5:00pm EST
greatest son, our people have lost their father. >> again, we are waiting to hear from president obama on the passing of nelson mandela. our coverage continues throughout the evening and again on www.nbcwashington.com. >>> new at 5:00, tonight, we are hearing from one of the world's richest women who caused a deadly crash in northern virginia. >> 74-year-old jacqueline mars, co-owner of mars candy company pleaded guilty to reckless driving. julie carey reports it was the victim's relatives who spared mars from going to prison. >> reporter: these photos show the horrifying aftermath of what prosecutors say was a tragic accident on the afternoon of october 4th. a porsche suv crossed the center line of route 50 and struck a van carrying a family from texas who had come for a wedding. a van passenger, 86-year-old was killed instantly and the van's driver who was eight months pregnant lost her baby. today, inside a courtroom, that family asked for mercy for jacqueline mars. >> what we saw here today was the great moment in human forgiveness and compassion. >>reporter: news 4 reported mars told
NBC
Dec 2, 2013 5:00pm EST
hear the appeal. >>> a big red ribbon is hanging to raise awareness of hiv and aids. president obama spoke from the white house about the progress made in fighting this disease and pledging that america will continue to lead the world in finding a cure. the president said that $100 million will go towards an nih project to find new treatments. >>> if we stay focused, if we keep fighting and honor the memory of those we have lost, if we summon the same courage they have displayed by insisting however long it takes, i believe we are going win this fight. >> the president also reminded people that the affordable care act will allow people to get tested for aids free of charge. a u.s. initiative started under president bush helped treat tloz to 7 million people with aids in africa. despite that, plenty of work needs to be done in this country. more than 1 million people still live with that disease and one in five americans don't know they have hiv. prince george's county has one of the highest aids rates in the state of maryland. as our bureau reporter, zachary kiesch tells us, they are
NBC
Dec 10, 2013 5:00pm EST
? >> wow, it was the handshake that the world is still talking about. the white house responds to president obama extending his hand to raul castro. >> reporter: a lot of flights didn't make it off the ground today, but what's the situation at the airports tonight? i'm adam tess, we'll have that story coming up. >>> a long day for power cruise across the region. news 4's winter >>> new developments in the investigation into that deadly siege at the shopping mall in kenya that occurred in september. a new report concludes it is likely there were only four shooters carrying out that attack, that they did not take hostages. they may have even left that mall within about 12 hours of the start of that rampage, two days before police there said the siege was over. more than 60 civilians and six soldiers were killed in that attack. the new york joint terrorism task force went to nairobi to investigate it and the nypd released its report today. >>> now to the continuing coverage of the tribute to nelson mandela. white house officials say president obama was overwhelmed by the warm respons
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